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4 in 10 Boomers rank benefits as extremely important in a job offer

“Less than one-third (31%) of Millennials reported that the benefits a potential employer offers are extremely important in their decision to accept or reject a job, compared with 39% among Gen Xers and 41% among Baby Boomers,” according to a 2015 survey by the Employee Benefits Research Institute. (Fig. 2, p. 12).
        Fronstin, P., & Helman, R. (2015). Worker opinions about employee benefits: DifferencesAmong millennials, baby boomers, and generation X have implications for plan sponsors, EBRI Notes, 36(12), 12-20. Retrieved from this source.
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